|March 18, 2013, 07:24||
Fire FAME Hexa or Ansys Icem for Internal Nozzle Flow
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For my Bachelor Thesis i'm trying so simulate the internal nozzle flow of a direct injection for a 4-stroke engine with AVL Fire.
A useable CAD Model of the injector already exists.
In publications therefore many authors used Ansys Icem for the meshing. Why?
In my opinion using AVL FAME Hexa would be easier because then you can work with selections and edges created with Fire.
Unfortunally I could find any Information about the Advantages of Icem in the Internet. That's why I'm asking you for help. So what are the big differences of the meshing tools? Why is Icem therefore used more often.
Sorry for my bad english. I would be very thanksful for help. Thanks
Have a nice Day!
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